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We are present the installation of SAP System with a high availability for ABAP Instance:

This installation will be on Windows Server 2012 R2 as a platform and a SQL Server 2012 SP1 as adatabase level.

we well use Software provision manager 0.1 SP 06 and Kernel 7.2:

also we are divided this installation to the following Parts:

Part 1- Install SQL Server Cluster.

Installing SAP HA on SQL Part1: Install SQL Server Cluster.

Installing SAP HA on SQL Part1: Install SQL Server Cluster step2

Part 2- Install First Cluster Node.

Part 3- Install DB instance.

Part 4- Install Additional Cluster Node.

Part 5- nstall Centeral Instance.

Part 6- Install dialog Instance.

we will start directly now in Part 2- Install First Cluster Node.

you must download Software provision manager with last update (Uncar it) and Kernel last update for the same version an start by

choose system copy –> MS SQL Server –> Target System Installation –> High-Availability System –> Based on AS ABAP –> First Cluster Node

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We are received the following error:

we are solve this issue by follow SAP Note: 1676665

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Download and install Vcredist_x64 and install it

In this case, install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Service Pack 1 Redistributable Package ATL Security Update, which is available at: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=14431

Retry the installation with SWPM.

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Note: In this Step, you must Create A record in your DNS by SAP Virtual instance host name:

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We receive this error because we choose Cluster Disk 1 which is specified to SQL Server, We are re-choose Cluster Disk 3 which is available storage as the following:

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Select Kernel drive LABELIDX.ASC

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Reconfigure SWAP in OS Platform

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  1. Chris Kernaghan

    I can appreciate what you have tried to do here, but I think it would have been more useful to have a more rounded discussion on why the solution is architected as it is and installed as you have laid out here. SAP do provide a solid set of installation documents which I have found to be quite adequate and easily supplemented with documents/wikis as you have done. The issue with documents like yours is that they are usually only useful for a handful of installations until the SWPM tool gets updated, the best way to guard against this type of obsolescence is to provide a richer blog discussing why you select options during your installation.

    Chris

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    1. Said Shepl Post author

      Hi Chris,

          Thanks about your comment, This was just try to share my work with SAP Expert, to add or remove what they want. also to review the problem which face us in this installation and solution which we go to it for exceed this problems  and we can discuss the architect solution for this issue in new Blog.

      Regards

      Said Shepl

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  2. Aravind Gobinath

    Dear Said Shepl,

    We are planning to migrate (OS) from WIN SRV 2008 to WIN SRV 2012 R2 using Export/Import Method.

    Our Current DB is ASE 15.7 and Target DB will be 16.0.

    We also want SAP clustering to be installed and Configured in our PROD environment to make it zero downtime.

    Could you please guide us with the steps we need to follow to make it success.

    Thanks in advance…

    Regards,

    Gouri Prasad.

     

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